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Language Tutor (French or Greek)

Language and Linguistic Science
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University of York - Heslington Campus
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25,482 a year
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Role Description

The Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York is looking for locally-based experienced  language teachers to join their pool of Language Tutors for their Languages for All (LFA) programme.  You will be held on the list for a period of 12 months (unless you request to be removed).  

The successful candidate will contribute to the teaching of the target language, the development of teaching materials and the delivery of exams. Applications are welcomed for French or Greek.  They will have an Honours degree (or equivalent) in the target language or extensive professional experience in teaching it. If a native speaker, they will have an Honours degree in a relevant subject. They will have experience in teaching.

Applicants should ensure that they meet the Essential Criteria in the Person Specification section in the Candidate Brief associated with the post before starting an application.

Informal enquiries may be made to Emma Edmunds by email, Please also see the department web pages at

Please note, successful candidates will be added to a list of selected language tutors to be called upon should an opportunity arise.

Should opportunities arise, salaries offered will be at £25,482 a year (reduced for part time working)


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